Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Garden Obsession

I've had a garden in my postage stamp yard for years, but for some reason, it's gone wild this year. I can't say how much pleasure I've gotten from walking around the "back 40," deadheading and taking pix and smelling the flowers. Here are a few pix on this rainy Wednesday.

Stella d'oro (reblooming daylily)

Sedum sieboldii (stonecrop)

Stella d'oro and astilbe.

Feverfew, foxglove, Campanula poscharskyana
Ahhhhhhhh.

Here are a few from a sunny day last week.

Blue-star creeper, Isotoma fluviatillis (love this stuff!)

clematis and golden shower roses

garden going wild!




6 comments:

  1. Your garden may be wild... but absolutely gorgeous wild!

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  2. Love it! Tell me more about the lovely blue star creeper.

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  3. Isotoma fluviatillis aka blue star creeper. I've read that it's zone 6-9, but it has come back for 3 years in my yard, and it spreads nicely. Sometimes called laurentia, but apparently that is incorrect. I've gotten it at Jacvoni's in Johnston and Briggs in Attleboro. Stepables sells it.

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